line dancing


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line dancing

a form of dancing performed by rows of people to country and western music
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Paul said: "Line dancing has been around for years.
Line Dancing is big news all over the world right now; they do it down The Woolpack and even Spice Girl Mel B and Coronation Street's Tracy Shaw have it on their CV from their days together in cabaret.
? Deighton WMC, Deighton Road: Applejacks American line dancing, tonight, beginners/improvers 8-8.30pm, intermediates 8.30-10.30pm.?
The line dancing will be hosted by Wild Bill McKechnie.
Nita, who has been line dancing for 13 years, has also raised money for many other local charities including Teesside Hospice and Zoe's Place.
Line dancing teachers and local fitness instructors, Jean Leithead and Ethol Ramsey, both involved with Whist, helped organised the event.
Nigel, who uses the pen name Tex Rider, has written an instruction book, called simply Line Dancing, and featuring instruction on 25 dances he has choreographed.
The Netherton teenager only took up line dancing as a hobby four years ago and turned professional last year.
The trip offers line dancing guests the chance to work with DJ Bob and join in ballroom workshops with Sheila Humphrey.
Andrew, a computing student at Motherwell College, said yesterday: "I listen to line dancing tracks at home and work through each one to adapt them to the wheelchair.
The accountant at energy giant Transco leapt at the chance start teaching line dancing in Kings Heath.
Line dancing champ Shaun Parr clicked his heels and flung his Stetson to celebrate his world win in Nashville, Tennessee.